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  1. that sounds reasonable and it's the same range of the guys I would forego if i keep him - Hiura, Olson, Robles, Nola
  2. Where will go now ADP wise in a keeper league? 7th round or higher?
  3. Tyler Duffey came into the game and struck out the side in the fifth inning with the twins ahead 8-6. doesnt that qualify for a hold - yahoo? There's no requirement for pitching in a late inning, is there?
  4. I'm contemplating dropping him in a keeper league if they don't put him on the IL already I think he'll be a great player but he's so damn fragile.
  5. I guess I'm not going to get him in the 19th round again next year. What are guesses for his ADP next year?
  6. two more tonight. i'm starting to wonder if i need to keep him in a six player keeper league
  7. 6 nice innings, 8k's for Caleb. Conley quickly blew the win, but not my QS
  8. not much since coming back from suspension, but he has 4 games in colorado starting tomorrow
  9. both have been pitching well. i guess nick anderson. but the next six games are going to be against two good offenses - first houston and then cleveland
  10. He's scheduled to pitch in San Diego tomorrow. Maybe he'll finally go 6 innings
  11. sucks losing pressley. i guess he's a drop. will harris is the obvious choice but he's gone in most league. joe smith? devinski? who is the best holds guy in minnesota - seems like tyler duffey is better than May or Dyson but pitcherlist has him way lower. kevin ginkel looks good but i dont like to pick a guy up to send him to milwaukee.
  12. i guess that espn is a bit outdated by now but i see a lot bigger spreads than Senzel. Hiura is 39/166,
  13. JD Martinez took a couple of years to get going too. That said, I probably won't keep him in my 6 player keeper league.
  14. Bregman was a stud before but it seems he's really doing nicely batting right before Alvarez. Since July 30, his average has climbed from .259 to .282 and his OPS from .910 to .974. He's quite good
  15. a lot of very good pitchers have done a lot worse in Coors.